musicals in the works:


the reclamation song tour

written especially for (and by) someone leaving a paradigm they've always known... from high demand religions & relationships, to roles & societal expectations... this one woman musical tour is getting ready to be shared around the US along with empowering workshops. Inquire about hosting the show + reclamation workshops in your area!              (Also a fundraiser for Glass House below)

glass house

Dec 2022 (a "sneak Peak" evening)

This future musical has been a special endeavor under the radar for the past several years. Now beginning to gain strength to becoming a reality... this musical compassionately explores true faith crisis stories of women in the Mormon church who  saw the writing on the wall but refused to paint over it. 

previously produced musicals:

priority seat

herberger theater

Two unlikely strangers on the stand-by list team up to attempt the impossible... arrive to their destination on time. 

With a talented diverse cast of 10, Priority Seat is a musical airport comedy exploring familiar airports while finding parallels to the deeper questions of life... who decides our priority status anyhow? 

songs from my closet

january 2018

Award winning new work with a brilliant cast of 20 shares the journey and intimate song journals of one woman's midlife crisis along with the musicals she wrote along the way. It's like a musical revue of songs you've never heard. Yes, "We're doing it all wrong, like the sun before the dawn". 

beyond songs from my closet

october 2019 commissioned

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In showing up, I help others to be seen. In speaking out I give permission for others to speak. In living my life from the truth and joy of who I am... I encourage others to do the same.

-Colleen Porter